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Best Buy Employee Said to Have ‘Outed’ Straight Customer in Facebook Status Update

The treasure trove of possibly incriminating data and sensitive information held on our obsolete or broken devices is an issue that probably doesn’t trouble technology owners nearly as much as it should, but the story of a Best Buy customer’s embarrassing Facebook debacle may give some pause the next time they’re asked to hand over [...] Best Buy Employee Said to Have ‘Outed’ Strai
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